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    Struggle Amnesia

    "She made her rise to fame all sound so easy. 'Well, I was doing this one show, and then I left that show to star inAida, got a Tony and married a pro football player.' I bet Miss Aida never had to 'pimp shrimp' in midtown."

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    Actors on the Street

    admire Morgan Freeman the most, because he started in the theatre like myself and got into film later in his career. Mr. Freeman is a brilliant actor and is totally captivating, even when he's not speaking. His are great footsteps to follow in."

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    Review: 'Much Ado About Nothing'

    Sets don't matter much at PushPush Theater: a few red curtains, something that looks like burlap, a lot of red-orange paint, and a beat-up wooden chair.

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    Farrellys Get 'Stupid' for NBC

    Filmmakers Peter and Bobby Farrelly have joined forces with the producer of the U.S. version of "The Office" to bring the new British comedy "I'm With Stupid" to America.

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    25 Years Later, Luke and Laura Wed Again

    It's been an eventful 25 years for Laura Spencer since marrying Luke in a fairy-tale wedding seen on television by 30 million people.

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    Six Flags Has a New Theme: Up for Sale

    Six Flags, the world's second-biggest operator of theme parks behind the Walt Disney Co., said Thursday that it will seek takeover bids for the company from interested parties.

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    Agentless and

    Agentless and Enthused

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    INDEPENDENT MEANS: Getting Closer - With The Limey, Steven Soderbergh continues to break down the barriers between actor and director.

    I'm not sure which came first: Steven Soderbergh or the over-used term "independent film." In 1989, Soderbergh was a relatively obscure 26-year-old writer/director who startled the world when he walked away with the prestigious Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival and then, to even greater surprise ...

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    Face to Face : Mark Linn-Baker Times Two - Taking on Feydeau's "Flea"

    "Farce is a much-maligned form. It's easy to do badly and therefore audiences may have a negative feeling about it," says Mark Linn-Baker, starring in--yes, a farce--George Feydeau's "A Flea in Her Ear." Under the direction of Bill Irwin, the Broadway production opened at the Roundabout Theatre Company ...

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    SSDC Names New Officers, Board Members

    The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers presented its elected officers and board members for 1997 at its biannual membership meeting on Mon., Nov. 18, in New York